Rawland Cycles rSogn

Rawland rSogn

Every Rawland Cycle is instilled with a fighting spirit, as a result of the energy of it’s creator, Sean Virnig. A 1989 diagnosis of the rare Guillain-Barre disease left Sean paralysed for months, the recovery from which was aided by the restorative magic of the bicycle.

Danville, California, is a far stretch from the Scandinavian lands of Sean’s ancestors, but the heritage is there. A decal of Norse knot work is emblazoned on the seat tube, conjuring up ancient mysteries in it’s twists and turns. The rSogn is a versatile all-rounder which can be set up for off-road or tarmac touring. Designed specifically for a 650b wheel, it can accept any tire size without toe overlap. This model found it’s way Down Under, into the hands of Melbourne’s Andrew Blake. A man of refined taste in bicycles, we’ve already featured his Arrow Porteur on Cycle EXIF.

Andrew’s rSogn was deliciously shot by Fame & Spear’s Andy Rogers, and if you’re in Melbourne, head along to the Human Powered Cafe–they’re showing a magnificent exhibition of Andy’s coverage of the recent Dirty Deeds cyclocross series.

Rawland rSogn
Rawland rSogn
Rawland rSogn
Rawland rSogn
Rawland rSogn
Rawland rSogn
Rawland rSogn
Rawland rSogn
Rawland rSogn
Rawland rSogn